What’s the weather like in Mykonos in March?
The short spring season on the Greek island of Mykonos stretches from March to April and has a mild to warm climate. It’s not quite hot enough to sunbathe on the sandy beaches, but the Mykonos weather in March means you can enjoy walking along the coastline and exploring the island’s towns and historic sights.
Mykonos enjoys an idyllic spot in the Aegean Sea and is found to the south-east of Greece. It’s part of the Cyclades islands between Greece and Turkey. March is the end of the wetter season here and showers are light and much less frequent than in the UK. The crystal-clear waters are very mild in March and this helps to stop the temperature on land from falling too low.
You’ll love the spring weather in Mykonos in March. The average daytime high temperature’s 15°C, although this often feels even warmer when you’re out in the sunlight. In the evenings, it may drop to about 10°C, so you’ll need a layer if you’re eating out or walking along the beaches. The sun shines for a fantastic nine hours each day and doesn’t set until 7.30pm at the end of March. Just eight days, on average, could be affected by showers with 62mm falling around Mykonos. The UV level is low to moderate and the sea temperature stays around 16°C.